Hotels in Manali
Nestled in between the slopes of snow-covered Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar mountain ranges, Manali is blessed with extraordinary scenic beauty. The lush green forests, sprawling meadows of crops and flowers, gushing blue streams, and a persistent fragrance of pine trees offers tranquility to the visitors in Manali. If you an adventure freak then you can enjoy skiing and paragliding here, if you are a newly-wed then you can spend some alone time in between snow and nature here, and if you a group of friends then you can try so many fun activities here. Manali is a perfect hill station from every single aspect. So seal your deal for Manali and book your hotel online on SuperbMyTrip at the best price.
Where to stay in Manali?
Some of the popular and premium hotels of Shimla are Wildflower Hall, An Oberoi Resort (Charabra), Hotel Willow Banks (Mall Road), The Oberoi Cecil (Nabha), Radisson Jass Shimla (Bharari Road), The Regent Palms Hotel (Mandi), The Himalayan (Siyal), Sun Park Resort (Aleo), Quality Inn & Suites River Country Resort (Rangri), Snow Valley Resorts (Log Hut Area), and The Moniker Resort & Spa (Simsa Village). Affordable accommodations in Manali are also easily available in Manali. Some of the cheap hotels in Manali are Hotel Manali Castle (Naggar Road), Himalayan Country House (Old Manali), Hotel Baba Deluxe & Ballus Cafe (Kullu Manali), and Hotel Greenfields (Circuit House Road).
Where can you find budget hotels in Manali?
A maximum number of budget hotels in Manali are in Aleo, Hadimba Road, Kanyal Road, and Naggar Road. Due to the variety of tourists visiting Manali, all types of accommodations are available in Manali, including resorts, apartments, villas, guest houses, tents, lodges, beach huts, homestays, and cottages.
What are the major tourist attractions in Manali?
If your trip to Manali is specifically for snow, then you must include Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley in your list. Other spots to be explored in Manali are Hadimba Temple, Vashist Hot Water Springs, Tibetan Monasteries, Beas River, Great Himalayan National Park, Gulaba, Kothi, Manu Temple, Kasol, Manikaran, Bhrigu Lake, Basheshwar Mahadev Temple. The shopaholics can visit Old Manali Market, Himachal Emporium, Tibetan Market, Manu Market, and the Mall Road in Manali for shopping handicrafts and woollen clothes.
What is the best time to visit Manali?
Manali is an evergreen destination and it will not disappoint you at any time of the year. However, if you want to enjoy fresh snowfall, then visit Manali from mid-December to January. October to February is the most popular time to visit Manali. Avoid visiting Manali or any other hill station during monsoon because roadblocks and landslides are very common during monsoon.